Mary’s Gone Crackers Celebrates Doubling of Manufacturing Capacity

Reno, Nev.-based Mary’s Gone Crackers, which manufactures organic, gluten-free crackers, announced what it calls a “significant transformation” in its production output, doubling its capacity through various changes as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.

According to a release from the company, Mary’s Gone Crackers has bolstered its operations with new employees such as Nate Lindsay, vice president, operations — who was brought on board in August 2023 — and expanded manufacturing lines. It will continue to focus on expansion and innovation.

Mary’s Gone Crackers has begun operating additional baking lines to meet surging demand for its products, and it has invested in state-of-the-art sensory and flavor-enhancing equipment to maintain the highest quality product is produced as well. CEO Michael Finete said the company was thrilled to announce successful completion of its operational improvement plan, and “new capabilities both inside and outside our facility will be instrumental in enabling us to meet both customer and consumer demands for a pipeline of category innovating products.”

The company expects to release further details on upcoming initiatives during the Natural Products Expo West Show, and throughout the coming months.